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Robert Mugabe removed as WHO goodwill ambassador after just five days

The World Health Organisation has officially removed Robert Mugabe as a ‘goodwill ambassador’ after less than a week.

The decision to appoint the Zimbabwean president sparked international backlash, with health bodies around the world complaining about the decision. 328 more words


Robert Mugabe's WHO Appointment Condemned as 'an Insult'

BBC News reports:

The choice of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe as a World Health Organization (WHO) goodwill ambassador has been criticised by several organisations including the British government. 109 more words


WHO 'rethinks' appointment of Mugabe as goodwill ambassador after huge backlash

After a huge international backlash, the head of the World Health Organisation has said he’s ‘rethinking’ his appointment of Robert Mugabe as a ‘goodwill ambassador’. 353 more words


Mustard Oil – The Winner!


In their health-conscious frenzy for chasing Zero-Fat and Fat-Free products, people tend to forget that fats are an essential part of one’s diet. The body converts fats into energy and you use that energy to get your work done. 266 more words

Impending WHO Breastfeeding Guidelines Are Putting Babies At Risk

The human race puts a huge amount of trust into The World Health Organisation (WHO). When it comes to guidance and advice for living a healthy lifestyle, us mere mortals refer to WHO as the oracle. 2,086 more words


Disease Out Break: Monkeypox Is In Town, Beware

A rare disease called Monkeypox is in town and the broke out began in Bayelsa State.

Monkeypox, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), is similar to smallpox, but with lower implications. 648 more words


Residents in Imo to get 3 million mosquito nets

IMO–OWERRI—Over three million Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets, LLIN, will be distributed for free across the 27 local government areas of Imo State.

Mrs. Nneka Ndubuisi of the Federal Ministry of Health disclosed this, yesterday, in Owerri. 121 more words